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Thumbnail for - Market Makers: Bryant Terry
Aug 31, 2009
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Let me be honest. When I see the word "vegan" inserted into a recipe or book title, I usually run away. For a style of cooking that supporters proclaim (often evangelically) as being the...
Thumbnail for - Julia Child Finally a Best Seller
Aug 25, 2009
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It took 48 years and a little help from Hollywood, but the New York Times reports that Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking sold 22,000 copies over the weekend and will debut at...
Thumbnail for - Market Makers: Martha Holmberg
Aug 25, 2009
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To Portland foodies, Martha Holmberg is the editor of the Oregonian’s Food Day section and the glossy, food-centric bimonthly Mix Magazine. She was also the longtime publisher and editor of Fine...
Thumbnail for - PDX Goes Crazy Over Deviled Eggs
Aug 24, 2009
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Do you like deviled eggs? Say “no,” and you’re either a calorie-obsessed freak, or you’re lying. (You may also be a member of a rare third category that despises egg yolks in any form. I have a...
Thumbnail for - Chef Q & A: Steve Jones
Aug 18, 2009
Steve Jones
Cheese is all the rage in these parts recently, with regional producers winning numerous awards at the American Cheese Society Meeting in Austin and gaining some national recognition. With that...
Thumbnail for - Cheese, please?
Aug 17, 2009
Culinary News
So for this year at least, Oregon is in Gouda company, standing tall among big-cheese states like Wisconsin and California. At the recent 26th American Cheese Society Competition in Austin,...
Thumbnail for - Chef Q & A: Ken Gordon
Aug 13, 2009
Ken Gordon
Eighteen years ago, Ken Gordon packed his bags and headed out West. Since then he has made a name for himself, becoming an icon in the Portland food scene and bringing some much-needed classic...
Thumbnail for - Market Makers: Nel Centro
Aug 11, 2009
Recipe File
Last Saturday’s Chef in the Market demo featured Nel Centro’s culinary whiz Paul Hyman. Paul shared his Corn and Tarragon Bisque recipe with the folks at the Portland Farmers Market on the South...
Thumbnail for - Chef Q & A: Kir Jensen
Aug 10, 2009
Kir Jensen
To kick off the first in Portland Plated’s new interview series, we chat with baker Kir Jensen. Kir is a food-cart consultant and baker who owns the Sugar Cube bakery in Portland. 1) Where did...
Thumbnail for - AI’s International Culinary School
Aug 6, 2009
Culinary News
Boasting four different culinary programs, not to mention the only school in the state offering a bachelor’s degree in culinary management, the newly minted International Culinary School at the...
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